Four Lessons Pastors of Struggling Churches Are Learning from Each Other

January 21, 2020
Episode #608
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If you can afford Netflix you can afford an online community where pastors can come together regularly at Church Answers Central. Today’s post comes from the blessing of pastors who have decided to focus on each other and four lessons they have learned from each other.

Highlights:

  1. “I am not alone.”
  2. “I am not crazy.”
  3. “There are resources available.”
  4. “There is hope.”

Resources mentioned in today’s podcast:


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